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Dec 11, 2006, 10:52 AM
 
Ok- these are pictures of my current setup.
MBP Core2Duo is on my desk
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Apple Airport Express which is linked via ethernet to my router.
And a Christmas little thing that my nephew made in nursery.
Clamshell is not kept on my desk it only comes out when i need it i store it in my drawers.
MBP Core Duo on my beside table. Apple sent it to me as a replacement but it was the wrong model and i had to use it until they sent me out my C2D. I mailed them saying that i finshed transfering everything over but as yet it has not been arranged to be picked up yet. I am hoping that i get to keep it over the Christmas period as it is so handy to have two. It is great for visitors and also it is comes in handy for surfing in bed lol when i cannot be bothered t move my C2D.



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Dec 11, 2006, 11:13 AM
 
Simplicity, what apple was seeing when they designed the laptops.

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Dec 11, 2006, 12:11 PM
 
just got my new camera, so here's some better quality pictures of my little set up.






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Originally Posted by rach View Post
Ok- these are pictures of my current setup.
MBP Core2Duo is on my desk
iPal speaker
Green Nano
Casio Camera
Samsung 940MW Monitor/Television
Canon Printer i80
Microsoft 8000 Bluetooth wireless mouse
Apple Airport Express which is linked via ethernet to my router.
And a Christmas little thing that my nephew made in nursery.
Clamshell is not kept on my desk it only comes out when i need it i store it in my drawers.
MBP Core Duo on my beside table. Apple sent it to me as a replacement but it was the wrong model and i had to use it until they sent me out my C2D. I mailed them saying that i finshed transfering everything over but as yet it has not been arranged to be picked up yet. I am hoping that i get to keep it over the Christmas period as it is so handy to have two. It is great for visitors and also it is comes in handy for surfing in bed lol when i cannot be bothered t move my C2D.
Be careful, if you wait to long they will charge you full price for it.
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Dec 12, 2006, 11:17 PM
 
I really like that Samsung phone.

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Dec 12, 2006, 11:28 PM
 
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I really like that Samsung phone.
me too but I think I like the blackjack better.
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well before you rush out and buy it - beware of battery life!!! if i go out for a night and dont charge it, the next day around 2pm it just dies!!! really is terrible!

oh and it doesnt work with isync / salling!!!
     
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Note mines from a flickr user. But I wonder if it void his warranty
Click Here for his flickr account

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Dec 13, 2006, 10:35 PM
 
My Current Setup:


MacBook Pro C2D 2.33GHz, 15" 2GB / 120GB / SuperDrive
Dell 2405WFP
Apple Wireless Keyboard and Mighty Mouse
JBL Creature Speakers
Western Digital My Book Pro 500GB HD
Western Digital Passport 160GB HD
Griffin PowerMate
Apple iPod nano 4GB
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"Jake" The Duck

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Dec 14, 2006, 06:49 PM
 
christmas themed mac set up...



cant get more christmassy than an angel nano!

     
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^^^ nice!
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wow :O real nice!
     
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17" 2.0Ghz C2D iMac, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, x1600.
1.83Ghz C2D MacBook, 1GB RAM, 60GB HDD
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How do you lik eyour kb and mouse? I was thinking about buying the same kb/mouse...
     
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Dec 17, 2006, 02:33 AM
 
i am getting my macbook on tuesday I can't wait to post pics of my setup!
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I don't mean to be rude; I read your page and enjoyed what you had written, but other than the default background image and the apple logo on the login window, what else have you done to your MacBook to make it ZX Spectrum like? Is there a rainbow sticker stripe on the back?
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Originally Posted by megasad View Post
I don't mean to be rude; I read your page and enjoyed what you had written, but other than the default background image and the apple logo on the login window, what else have you done to your MacBook to make it ZX Spectrum like? Is there a rainbow sticker stripe on the back?
I thought that to, it looks nothing like it.
     
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@megasad

Well, I didn't put a rainbow sticker on the case because it was brand new and you never know what's going to happen. Which is just as well because the Number Lock key started malfunctioning, so I took it back and got a replacement. And I can't imagine they would have been too pleased if I had retrograded the comp into something from 1982. But yes, you're right, my 'modification' is rather basic. Then again so was the Spectrum with its whopping 16k of RAM.
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Okay, okay... my Specbook project is kind of rubbish. I just thought a tip of the hat to the old Speccy would be kind of cool. But short of replacing the keys with bits of grey rubber and getting it to crash all the time I'm not so sure what else to do.

I do however run a Spectrum emulator and set up the tape traps so that all the games have to load in real time with authentic flashing colours and high pitched screeching. Which does increase the Spectrum somewhat.
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Dec 18, 2006, 03:38 PM
 
Originally Posted by galaga View Post
@clockworkwar

Okay, okay... my Specbook project is kind of rubbish. I just thought a tip of the hat to the old Speccy would be kind of cool. But short of replacing the keys with bits of grey rubber and getting it to crash all the time I'm not so sure what else to do.

I do run a Spectrum emulator on it and set up the tape traps so that all the games have to load in real time with authentic flashing colours and high pitched screeching. Which increases the Spectrum vibe quite a lot.
Haha omg! You're like the guy that grew up in the 80's and still wears parachute pants. Except this is more respectable
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Dec 18, 2006, 11:23 PM
 
I have been a lurker in this thread for a while and decided to post my setup.
2ghz Core Duo 2gig Ram
Lacie Firewire Porsche 250gig
Lacie Firewire 250gig
Klipsch ProMedia Ultra 2.0
Airport Express
Griffin AirBase
30gig Ipod Video
Apple Keyboard
Kensington Studio Mouse
Various SmallDog Dogs and a Buddha
Cheesy Desk Lamp



Comments Please!
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Dec 18, 2006, 11:37 PM
 
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My Current Setup:


MacBook Pro C2D 2.33GHz, 15" 2GB / 120GB / SuperDrive
Dell 2405WFP
Apple Wireless Keyboard and Mighty Mouse
JBL Creature Speakers
Western Digital My Book Pro 500GB HD
Western Digital Passport 160GB HD
Griffin PowerMate
Apple iPod nano 4GB
Red SwingLine Stapler
"Jake" The Duck

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Apple iPod 80GB
Canon PowerShot SD500 Camera
Canon MP500 Printer
Really like that setup, nice and clean. lol is the stapler from office space?
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Dec 18, 2006, 11:46 PM
 
Stapler? There isn't a stapler on the desk.... There is one in the drawer though. I wish it was from office space. :-)
     
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I was talking about TailsToo's setup, btw, like you setup too.
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Dec 19, 2006, 03:41 AM
 
this is my setup



-MBP C2d 2.33 ghz 15"
-Logitech Optical Mouse

-Ti-89
-Samsung SGH630
-Mechanics of Materials Text Book
-Engineer's Computation pad
-mechanics of materials practice exam
-mechanics of materials formula sheet
-stapled paper
-random sheets of calculations
-Pentel P207
-fluid dynamics final exam review sheet
-Palm Zire 71
-my apple remote
-Water bottle
-PVC pipe reducer bushings
-Lamp
-casino buckets for pens and pencils


I am living in the storm of finals week. I'll get a nicer picture once I move..
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I bet his screen name used to be bBoy_))nUrdz-FO-LYfe((463789

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haha. My bad velocity....
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Originally Posted by Velocity211 View Post
Really like that setup, nice and clean. lol is the stapler from office space?
LOL! Yep, sure is - it was even part of the 2005 CompUSA National Sales Meeting Training video.
     
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New MBP 15" 2.16 GHz Core 2 Duo - 2GB - 120GB HD - 128mb x1600. Early Christmas present...

     
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Dec 25, 2006, 05:05 AM
 
Very very nice. Good luck with it!
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Here's Mine. 17" C2D, 15"CD

     
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Originally Posted by Enigmatic View Post
New MBP 15" 2.16 GHz Core 2 Duo - 2GB - 120GB HD - 128mb x1600. Early Christmas present...



Love the picture, the ambient lighting effect on the back makes the picture look stunning.
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Dec 26, 2006, 01:26 AM
 
Here's my setup as of right now (All matching silver with blue lighting, all a coincidence):


Powerbook 15" G4 1.67/80 GB/512 (Soon to be 1Gb)
Old family computer's 80 GB HD thrown in a Metal Gear Box enclosure
Kensington Pilotmouse Mini Bluetooth
30 GB iPod 5.5 Gen
Griffin Powermate
Scott Kelby's Indispensible book The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers
And my brand new toy: Wacom Graphire4 6"x8" Tablet
Random crap in the background

Not pictured:
1st Gen iPod nano 2GB White (Friend is borrowing it)
Cell phone (In my pocket, but matches color scheme perfectly)
Other XMas present: Canon PowerShot A540 (Used to take picture)
Samsonite tripod (Same)
MUCH needed USB Hub (Still at store, but have plenty of gift cards to acquire)
Airport Express and Griffin AirBase (Left at school)

Picture isn't as great as the others here, despite all the gear I have for such a thing, but frankly, I'm tired, have to be at work in the morning, and didn't feel like getting my lighting all right... Ha.

I really need to pick up an external display after seeing all these setups (need to find a silver one tho...)

Happy Holidays all.
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A new (and hopefully better) pic of my setup with my new camera.
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Its about time i posted some pics of my set up on here. With tax returns and student loans in the early part of 2007, I have a few upgrades planned, but for now here it is.

. . . But I can't figure out how to get photos from Flickr on here.

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Originally Posted by xsphat View Post
Its about time i posted some pics of my set up on here. With tax returns and student loans in the early part of 2007, I have a few upgrades planned, but for now here it is.

. . . But I can't figure out how to get photos from Flickr on here.

So go here
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Originally Posted by qkslvr View Post
Here's my setup as of right now (All matching silver with blue lighting, all a coincidence):


Powerbook 15" G4 1.67/80 GB/512 (Soon to be 1Gb)
Old family computer's 80 GB HD thrown in a Metal Gear Box enclosure
Kensington Pilotmouse Mini Bluetooth
30 GB iPod 5.5 Gen
Griffin Powermate
Scott Kelby's Indispensible book The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers
And my brand new toy: Wacom Graphire4 6"x8" Tablet
Random crap in the background

Not pictured:
1st Gen iPod nano 2GB White (Friend is borrowing it)
Cell phone (In my pocket, but matches color scheme perfectly)
Other XMas present: Canon PowerShot A540 (Used to take picture)
Samsonite tripod (Same)
MUCH needed USB Hub (Still at store, but have plenty of gift cards to acquire)
Airport Express and Griffin AirBase (Left at school)

Picture isn't as great as the others here, despite all the gear I have for such a thing, but frankly, I'm tired, have to be at work in the morning, and didn't feel like getting my lighting all right... Ha.

I really need to pick up an external display after seeing all these setups (need to find a silver one tho...)

Happy Holidays all.


It appears that we share something in common. I love how gray and blue match together
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It appears that we share something in common. I love how gray and blue match together
So does the United States Navy! :-)
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It appears that we share something in common. I love how gray and blue match together

Do you also share dirty screens with fingerprints in common as well?
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Do you also share dirty screens with fingerprints in common as well?
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Thanks, and I forgot about the name.

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same 'old' mac, new post-grad minimalist set up including fresh paint and clear coat on old IKEA (Ivar) desk. and my new 32" Bravia LCD.

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god i would love to have brick walls surround me like that in my room. ive got envy issues right about now
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all the guys with the 24' Dell Monitors or 23' ACD's... hows the macbook do with those babies.. I'm gonna' grab an ACD in Feb!
     
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all the guys with the 24' Dell Monitors or 23' ACD's... hows the macbook do with those babies.. I'm gonna' grab an ACD in Feb!

Although I love the look of the apple monitors you get more for your money when you go dell. Just the simple fact that you get tons of inputs on the dell is enough for me to sway my decision.
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Although I love the look of the apple monitors you get more for your money when you go dell. Just the simple fact that you get tons of inputs on the dell is enough for me to sway my decision.
Yeah, back in the day it was a fashion no no for the computer and the monitor not to match but it's okay now. I have the 23" Apple Cinema Display and it's okay, not great, mine was made in 2005 but the newer ones look much better and have zero issues. If I had to buy another system all over again I would probably get sucked into the Apple because it's sexy and because of the single cable set up in the back of it. On the other hand I wouldn't buy the Apple immediately without checking out Dell's offerings.
It's not really like you are buying a Dell PC, it's just the monitor. Yeah, I would recommend seeing what Dell offers. The bad part is unless there is a Dell rep at your local mall you can't see how well the screen is and you would be buying it sight unseen which is a high risk and there is no local store to return it.
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